Question about Yamaha RX-V1900 Receiver
HDMI cable connected to the tv wont send signal to the tv. its not the cable we tried others that work, it transmits hdmi between the bluray & receiver just fine. its still under warranty - any ideas?
On most modern receivers you must select which signal type you want it to process.
for example on my Denon, I have to go into the on screen menu and select the input I want ie: video 1.Then tell it which signal I want it to use ie: s-video, component or HDMI input for video and then which input corresponds to the audio signal for that component ie: analog, digital, optical or hdmi.
Its complicated and a pain in the ****
Hopefully that helps call Yamaha they will usually walk you through the process while on the phone.
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
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